The Demon Days saga by Peach Momoko continues this week in Demon Days: Mariko #1 from Marvel Comics.
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There is a new Shang-Chi series kicking off this week, and we have a sneak peek of Shang-Chi #1 from Marvel Comics, just for you, after the jump.
The story of Yara Flor begins in this week’s Wonder Girl #1 by Joelle Jones. Take the jump for a sneak peek of the issue from DC Comics.
Next month, Gene Luen Yang and Dike Ruan bring us the adventures of Shang-Chi in his new ongoing series. Ahead of the release, Marvel Comics has released a number of the covers you might be able to find at your LCS.
Peach Momoko brings us a new X-Men comic, and we have the sneak peek of Demon Days: X-Men #1 from Marvel Comics, that you can check out, after the jump.
Something horrible is bubbling up in the bayous outside New Orleans and the students of Strange Academy are going to have to wade in and uncover an evil in Strange AcademY #5 from Marvel Comics.
Detective Comics #1027 will celebrate 1000 issues since the first appearance of Batman, and DC Comics is celebrating with a number of variant covers for the September release.
Oblivion Song #25 by Robert Kirkman, Lorenzo De Felici, and colorist Annalisa Leoni will kick off an exciting new story arc of the critically acclaimed series this July from Image/Skybound Entertainment.
Catwoman is 80 years old this year! When DC Comics releases the Catwoman 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular in April, be on the lookout for another round of decade variant covers.
Vampirella leads a team of religious zealots to take down a pack of werewolves in Vampirella #3 from Dynamite Entertainment. Take the jump for a sneak peek of the issue.
If you thought Spawn #300 was out of this world, Spawn #301 looks to be just as important, and Image Comics is celebrating with a number of variant covers. Today, we have a look at variant covers from Jerome Opeña, Alex Ross, Bill Sienkiewicz, and J. Scott Campbell.
With Spawn #300 set to land on stores and break at least one comic book record, Image Comics has been teasing us with a number of the variant covers for the issue. Today, we have four more to look at.
Looking for more J. Scott Campbell in your life? When Spawn #300 arrives in August, you’ll be able to get the artist’s take on Spawn in one of 10 variant covers.